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Kellogg Co Reports Qtrly Diluted Earnings Per Share $ 1.02
Kellogg Sets Regular Dividend Of $0.57Per Share
Kellogg Company Declares Regular Dividend Of $0.57 Per Share
Kellogg Company is a manufacturer and marketer of ready-to-eat cereal and convenience foods. The Company's principal products are ready-to-eat cereals and convenience foods, such as cookies, crackers, savory snacks, toaster pastries, cereal bars, fruit-flavored snacks, frozen waffles and veggie foods. Its segments include U.S. Morning Foods, which includes cereal, toaster pastries, health and wellness bars, and beverages; U.S. Snacks, which includes cookies, crackers, cereal bars, savory snacks and fruit-flavored snacks; U.S. Specialty, which represents food away from home channels, including food service, convenience, vending, Girl Scouts and food manufacturing; North America Other, which includes the U.S. Frozen, Kashi and Canada operating segments; Europe, which consists of European countries; Latin America, which consists of Central and South America and includes Mexico, and Asia Pacific, which consists of Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia and other Asian and Pacific markets.
1 Kellogg Sq
PO Box 3599
BATTLE CREEK, MI
Steven A. Cahillane
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Gary H. Pilnick
Vice Chairman - Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President, President, Kellogg Latin America
Alistair D. Hirst
Senior Vice President - Global Supply Chain
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Kellogg Co <K.N> raised its annual sales and profit forecast on Thursday, as stuck-at-home consumers loaded up on its breakfast cereals due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cereal maker Kellogg Co raised its full year sales and profit forecast on Thursday, buoyed by rising demand for its Corn Flakes and Froot Loops among consumers stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kellogg Co raised its full year sales and profit forecast on Thursday, buoyed by rising demand for its Corn Flakes and Froot Loops among consumers stuck at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kellogg Co <K.N> said on Thursday it would push product launches to the second half of 2020, as the breakfast cereal maker invests into additional warehouse space and logistics to meet higher demand brought on by coronavirus-led stockpiling.
Breakfast cereal maker Kellogg Co on Thursday reported a 23% rise in quarterly profit as consumers in North America and Europe stocked up on its packaged foods amid coronavirus-driven lockdowns.
* KELLOGG CO SAYS CEO STEVE CAHILLANE'S FY 2019 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $9.7 MILLION VERSUS $10.0 MILLION IN FY 2018 - SEC FILING
Breakfast cereal maker Kellogg <K.N> on Thursday forecast full-year earnings that widely missed market expectations, hurt by the sale of its Keebler cookie business and other assets to Nutella maker Ferrero SpA.
Breakfast cereal maker Kellogg on Thursday posted a 2.8% decline in fourth-quarter sales, hurt by the sale of its cookie business to Nutella maker Ferrero SpA.
After becoming a target for high-profile campaigns against tropical forest loss by environmentalists, global household brands that buy and use palm oil agreed in 2010 to ensure their supplies did not contribute to deforestation within a decade.
Kellogg Co's <K.N> quarterly revenue and profit beat Wall Street expectations on Tuesday, as demand for its Pringles and Cheez-It snacks, as well as frozen foods cushioned the impact of sluggish sales for its cereals in North America.
Kellogg Co reported quarterly sales above market expectations on Tuesday, as the Corn Flakes cereal maker benefited from higher demand for its snacks such as Pringles, Cheez-It and Pop-Tarts.
Kellogg Co <K.N> beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly sales and profit on Thursday, and the food maker's shares rose sharply as investments in marketing and product development drove higher demand for snacks, frozen waffles and meatless burgers in North America.
Kellogg Co beat Wall Street expectations for quarterly sales on Thursday, driven by higher demand for its snacks, including Pringles and Pop-Tarts, in North America.
Kellogg Co said on Tuesday it would cut about 150 jobs and take a $35 million hit to trim its North American operations following the sale of Keebler biscuits and a handful of other brands for $1.3 billion in April.
Kellogg Co said on Tuesday it would take a pretax charge of about $35 million for restructuring its North American business following the sale of its popular Keebler brand and other assets.
Kellogg Co said on Thursday it will replace its chief financial officer, and the breakfast foods and snacks maker reported a 36.5 percent decline in first-quarter earnings, citing a strong U.S. dollar and higher costs.
Kellogg Co said on Thursday that Chief Financial Officer Fareed Khan was stepping down and would be replaced by Amit Banati, who heads the Froot Loops maker's Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East business.
Norway's $1.1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, will support a shareholder proposal calling for annual elections of board members at food maker Kellogg Company, the fund said in a statement on Wednesday.
Norway's $1.1 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the world's biggest, will support a shareholder proposal calling for annual elections of board members at Kellogg Company, the fund said in a statement on Wednesday.
U.S. food group Kellogg Co has agreed to sell its Keebler biscuits brand and other assets to Nutella maker Ferrero for $1.3 billion as it focuses on its core cereals and snacks businesses.
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